Heavy rains in Mumbai forced cancellation of 11 flights and diversion of nine incoming aircraft to nearby airports on Saturday.
The operations at the city's Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, however, were otherwise normal, an airport official said.
"As many as 11 flights of various airlines are canceled for today. These include seven departures and four arrivals," the Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL) official said.
"In addition to this, nine flights which were scheduled to arrive in Mumbai have been diverted to other nearby airports due to rains and other issues," he added.
Besides, eight incoming aircraft had to do a go-around before landing at the airport, the official said.
On Friday, there was water-logging on the landside area of the airport but the water level was brought down with de-watering pumps, the official said.